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281. Among Musculoskeletal Surgeons, Job Dissatisfaction Is Associated With Burnout. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Satisfaction instrument, Shirom-Malamed Burnout Measure, and provided practice and surgeon characteristics. Most surgeons were male (193 surgeons, 92%) and most were academically employed (186 surgeons, 89%). Factors independently associated with job satisfaction and burnout were identified with multivariable analysis.Greater symptoms of burnout (β, -7.13; standard error [SE], 0.75; 95% CI, -8.60 to -5.66; p < 0.001; adjusted R(2), 0.33) was the only factor independently associated with lower job (...) Among Musculoskeletal Surgeons, Job Dissatisfaction Is Associated With Burnout. Burnout is common in professions such as medicine in which employees have frequent and often stressful interpersonal interactions where empathy and emotional control are important. Burnout can lead to decreased effectiveness at work, negative health outcomes, and less job satisfaction. A relationship between burnout and job satisfaction is established for several types of physicians but is less studied among

2016 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

282. Burnout among after-hours home visit doctors in Australia. Full Text available with Trip Pro

survey of all the 300 doctors engaged in AHHC through the National Home Doctor Service (NHDS), Australia's largest home doctor-visit service providers. The study looked at experiences of the participants over the 12-months period from October 2013 to September 2014. The main outcome measure was the 22-item Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI). Results were presented as Means and Frequency Percentages.A total of 168 valid questionnaires out of 300 were returned, giving a 56.0 % response rate. The Total (...) Burnout among after-hours home visit doctors in Australia. No previous study had ever looked at Burnout among medical practitioners involved in after-hours house calls (AHHC) in Australia. The growing popularity of AHHC and the high number of overseas-trained doctors involved in it make this a subject of both local and international significance. This study aims to assess the levels of burnout among Australian-based doctors involved in the service.This is a quantitative, questionnaire-based

2016 BMC Family Practice

283. The impact of psychological capital on mental health among Iranian nurses: considering the mediating role of job burnout Full Text available with Trip Pro

The impact of psychological capital on mental health among Iranian nurses: considering the mediating role of job burnout The role of nurses in providing high quality healthcare to patients is so important that creating a desirable working environment to enhance their overall performance is unavoidable. This paper aimed to explore the impact of psychological capital on mental health by investigating the mediating effects of job burnout on this relationship.The data used in this research (...) was obtained via a survey conducted among selected Iranian nurses in public hospitals. In total, 450 questionnaires were distributed and 384 were completed and returned. Collected data was analysed using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM).Findings showed that there is a significant relationship between psychological capital, job burnout and mental health; also, there is a significant negative relationship between psychological capital and job burnout, and a significant positive relationship between

2016 SpringerPlus

284. Antecedents and consequences of burnout in athletes: Perceived stress and depression Full Text available with Trip Pro

)= 520.881 (p < .001), χ2/df = 2.32, Goodness of fit index (GFI) = .91, Comparative fit index (CFI) = .89, Root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA) = .054 (90% confidence interval, .048-.060), and Standardized Root Mean Square Residual (SRMR) = .063. Conclusions: This study provides evidence of the relationship among stress, burnout and depression in an only model. (...) Antecedents and consequences of burnout in athletes: Perceived stress and depression Background/Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship among perceived stress, burnout and depression in a sample of athletes. It was hypothesized that stress is an antecedent of burnout and depression a possible consequence of both stress and burnout. Method: A sample of 453 athletes participated in the study. Stress and depression were measured with Depression Anxiety Stress Scales

2016 International journal of clinical and health psychology : IJCHP

285. The Role of Psychological Capital and Intragroup Conflict on Employees' Burnout and Quality of Service: A Multilevel Approach Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Role of Psychological Capital and Intragroup Conflict on Employees' Burnout and Quality of Service: A Multilevel Approach Previous studies have found a negative association between intragroup conflict and both employees' health and performance, including the quality of service that employees provide. However, some authors have indicated that such negative effects of intragroup conflict depend on how conflict is managed. In addition, at individual level, research is increasingly emphasizing (...) the role of psychological strengths (i.e., psychological capital) as predictors of health and performance. Thus, this research addresses both a main effect at individual level (psychological capital on burnout/quality of service) and a moderated cross-level model (2-2-1: intragroup conflict, conflict management climate and burnout/quality of service) in a cross-sectional survey study (N = 798 workers nested in 55 units/facilities). Results revealed a main effect of psychological capital on both burnout

2016 Frontiers in psychology

286. Resilience and burnout status among nurses working in oncology Full Text available with Trip Pro

structured style variables and personal accomplishment scores was observed.This study demonstrated the relationship between burnout and resilience situations among the oncology nurses. The results can be used to plan individual and organizational interventions to increase resilience and reduce the experience of burnout by developing measures such as improving communication skills, providing education on stress management and coping strategies, using social resources, and organizing programs that provide (...) Resilience and burnout status among nurses working in oncology This study aimed to identify the resilience and burnout status of nurses working in the field of oncology.This descriptive study was conducted with 140 oncology nurses. The data were collected using a socio-demographic attributes form, Resilience Scale for Adults, and the Maslach's Burnout Inventory. Percentage ratios, mean and median values, Kruskal-Wallis test, Mann-Whitney U test, correlation analysis, and multiple stepwise

2016 Annals of general psychiatry

287. Working and Environmental Factors on Job Burnout: A Cross-sectional Study Among Nurses Full Text available with Trip Pro

not only can provide useful basis for future research in the field, but also can offer practical suggestions for improving nursing practice and promote effective workplace, thus reducing the risk burnout among nurses. (...) Working and Environmental Factors on Job Burnout: A Cross-sectional Study Among Nurses Burnout is a problem that impacts on the staff management costs and on the patient care quality.This work aimed to investigate some psychosocial factors related to burnout. Specifically, we explored the sample characteristics for moderate/high emotional exhaustion, cynicism and professional inefficacy, as well as the relationship between both working and environmental variables and burnout.A cross-sectional

2016 Clinical practice and epidemiology in mental health : CP & EMH

288. Influence of clerks’ personality on their burnout in the clinical workplace: a longitudinal observation Full Text available with Trip Pro

Influence of clerks’ personality on their burnout in the clinical workplace: a longitudinal observation The clinical training of medical students in clerkship is crucial to their future practice in healthcare services. This study investigates burnout during a 2-year clerkship training period as well as the role of personality traits on burnout during training.Ninety-four clerks at a tertiary medical centre who provided at least 10 responses to a routine survey on clinical rotation were (...) included in this study, which spanned September 2013 to April 2015. Web-based, validated, structured, self-administered questionnaires were used to evaluate the clerks' personalities at the beginning of the first clerkship year, and regular surveys were conducted to evaluate their burnout at each clinical specialty rotation throughout the 2-year clerkship period. Overall, 2230 responses were analysed, and linear mixed-effects models were used to examine the repeated measures of the clerks.Our findings

2016 BMC medical education

289. Burnout among Canadian Psychiatry Residents: A National Survey Full Text available with Trip Pro

Burnout among Canadian Psychiatry Residents: A National Survey Burnout is a serious problem for health care providers that has implications for clinical practice and personal health. While burnout is known to affect residents, no studies have examined the prevalence or impact of burnout among Canadian psychiatry residents.Residents in all Canadian psychiatry training programs were surveyed between May 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. The survey included a well-validated, single-item measure to assess (...) symptoms of burnout, several demographic questions, and Likert-scale items to assess residents' appraisals of empathic functioning and strategies for coping with stress from patient encounters.Responses were obtained from 400 residents, for a response rate of 48%. Twenty-one percent (N = 84) of residents reported symptoms of burnout. Burnout was reported more frequently by residents in postgraduate year 2 than by those in other years and was associated with engagement in personal psychotherapy during

2016 Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne de psychiatrie

290. A New Approach to Identify High Burnout Medical Staffs by Kernel K-Means Cluster Analysis in a Regional Teaching Hospital in Taiwan Full Text available with Trip Pro

the resilience, reduce the potential medical errors, and, eventually, enhance the patient safety. This study also suggests that the hospital management needs to keep track of medical staffs' fatigue conditions and provide timely assistance for burnout recovery through employee assistance programs, mindfulness-based stress reduction programs, positivity currency buildup, and forming appreciative inquiry groups.© The Author(s) 2016. (...) A New Approach to Identify High Burnout Medical Staffs by Kernel K-Means Cluster Analysis in a Regional Teaching Hospital in Taiwan This study uses kernel k-means cluster analysis to identify medical staffs with high burnout. The data collected in October to November 2014 are from the emotional exhaustion dimension of the Chinese version of Safety Attitudes Questionnaire in a regional teaching hospital in Taiwan. The number of effective questionnaires including the entire staffs

2016 Inquiry : a journal of medical care organization, provision and financing

291. Burnout in the neonatal intensive care unit and its relation to healthcare-associated infections Full Text available with Trip Pro

Burnout in the neonatal intensive care unit and its relation to healthcare-associated infections To examine burnout prevalence among California neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) and to test the relation between burnout and healthcare-associated infection (HAI) rates in very low birth weight (VLBW) neonates.Retrospective observational study of provider perceptions of burnout from 2073 nurse practitioners, physicians, registered nurses and respiratory therapists, using a validated four-item (...) questionnaire based on the Maslach Burnout Inventory. The relation between burnout and HAI rates among VLBW (<1500 g) neonates from each NICU was evaluated using multi-level logistic regression analysis with patient-level factors as fixed effects.We found variable prevalence of burnout across the NICUs surveyed (mean 25.2±10.1%). Healthcare-associated infection rates were 8.3±5.1% during the study period. Highest burnout prevalence was found among nurses, nurse practitioners and respiratory therapists (non

2016 Journal of Perinatology

292. Working Overtime in Community Mental Health: Associations with Clinician Burnout and Perceived Quality of Care Full Text available with Trip Pro

Working Overtime in Community Mental Health: Associations with Clinician Burnout and Perceived Quality of Care Funding cuts have increased job demands and threatened clinicians' ability to provide high-quality, person-centered care. One response to increased job demands is for clinicians to work more than their official scheduled work hours (i.e., overtime). We sought to examine the frequency of working overtime and its relationships with job characteristics, work-related outcomes, and quality (...) of care in community health clinicians.One hundred eighty-two clinicians completed demographic and job characteristics questions and measures of burnout, job satisfaction, turnover intention, work-life conflict, and perceived quality of care. Clinicians also reported the importance of reducing stress and their confidence in reducing their stress. Clinicians who reported working overtime were compared to clinicians that did not on demographic and job characteristics and work-related outcomes.Ninety

2016 Psychiatric rehabilitation journal Controlled trial quality: uncertain

293. Moral Stress and Job Burnout Among Frontline Staff Conducting Clinical Research on Affective and Anxiety Disorders Full Text available with Trip Pro

Moral Stress and Job Burnout Among Frontline Staff Conducting Clinical Research on Affective and Anxiety Disorders There has been increased attention on job-related stress and burnout experienced by clinicians working with vulnerable and at-risk populations, including effects on personal mental health, therapeutic decision-making, and job effectiveness. Little is known, however, about the job-related stressors and symptoms of burnout experienced by clinical research staff working with similar (...) populations, especially in terms of moral stress they may experience when adherence to scientific procedures appears to conflict with their personal commitment to address the clinical needs of their research participants or role as health care provider. In this national study, 125 frontline research workers conducting clinical research studies with individuals diagnosed with affective and anxiety disorders completed an online survey including measures assessing research work related moral stress, job

2016 Professional psychology, research and practice

294. Burnout Status at Work among Health Care Professionals in aTertiary Hospital Full Text available with Trip Pro

Burnout Status at Work among Health Care Professionals in aTertiary Hospital Burnout is a physical, physiological and psychological stress reaction syndrome Caused by long-term exposure to intense work-related emotional and interpersonal pressures. There is no evidence on the issue in Ethiopian setting.An institution based cross-sectional study design was conducted on 403 health care providers. Burnout was detected using Copenhagen's burnout inventory tool. Other structured questionnaire (...) on work-related condition and substance use habits was used to collect data. Binary logistic regression was used to identify the associated factors of burnout at work.Of all the study participants, 36.7% scored above the mean level of burnout. Highest prevalence (82.8%) of burnout status was found among nurses. The least prevalence of burnout was observed among laboratory technicians which was 2.8% (n=4). Job insecurity, history of physical illness, low interest in profession, poor relationship status

2016 Ethiopian journal of health sciences

295. Burnout Preventions, Professionalism Heightening, and Enhancing Resiliency (BUPHER)

adding more. Burnout Preventions, Professionalism Heightening, and Enhancing Resiliency (BUPHER) (BUPHER) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. of clinical studies and talk to your health care provider before participating. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02963792 Recruitment Status : Not yet recruiting First Posted (...) : November 15, 2016 Last Update Posted : November 15, 2016 See Sponsor: michal roll Collaborators: Association for Children at Risk Tel Aviv University Information provided by (Responsible Party): michal roll, Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: Due to their difficult and stressful work surgeons are under continuous physical and mental stress exposing them to increased risk for burnout and lack of professionalism. The present intervention focuses

2016 Clinical Trials

296. Emotional Experience and Burnout in Physician

provided by (Responsible Party): Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: Recent studies have highlighted a high incidence of burnout among surgeons. The aim of this study is in particular to investigate if this is the consequence of performing surgery (i.e. invasive procedures) or whether it is related to the cultural background of surgeons. Condition or disease Emotional Experience and Burnout in Physicians Detailed Description: A mixed method (...) Individual Participant Data (IPD) Sharing Statement: Plan to Share IPD: Undecided Keywords provided by Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris: Emotional experience and burnout in physicians Additional relevant MeSH terms: Layout table for MeSH terms Burnout, Psychological Stress, Psychological Behavioral Symptoms

2016 Clinical Trials

297. Recognizing and Preventing Burnout

Recognizing and Preventing Burnout Recognizing and Preventing Burnout - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Recognizing and Preventing Burnout The safety and scientific validity of this study (...) is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02825004 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : July 7, 2016 Last Update Posted : February 1, 2018 Sponsor: Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus Information provided by (Responsible Party): Paolo Banfi, Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi Onlus Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The purpose

2016 Clinical Trials

298. Efficacy of an internet-based intervention for burnout: a randomized controlled trial in the German working population. (Abstract)

-follow-up. Intention-to-treat analyses revealed significant group differences in favor of the intervention group in depression (d = 0.66), cynicism (d = 0.87) and personal accomplishment (d = 0.75).The intervention helped ameliorate symptoms of work-related stress and burnout. Although limited by a small sample size, the study suggests that the program provides effective support for affected individuals. However, further studies with bigger sample sizes should be conducted to examine the effects (...) Efficacy of an internet-based intervention for burnout: a randomized controlled trial in the German working population. Internet-based interventions are a viable treatment option for various mental problems. However, their effects on the burnout syndrome yielded mixed results. In this paper, we examine the efficacy of a structured and therapist-guided internet intervention, based on solution-focused and cognitive-behavioral therapy, for individuals with symptoms of burnout.Two-arm, Internet

2016 Anxiety, stress, and coping Controlled trial quality: uncertain

299. Increased Risk of Burnout for Physicians and Nurses Involved in a Patient Safety Incident. (Abstract)

6 months. Involvement in a PSI was related to a greater risk of burnout (β=0.40, OR=2.07), to problematic medication use (β=0.33, OR=1.84), to greater WHI (β=0.24), and to more turnover intentions (β=0.22). Harm to the patient was a predictor of problematic medication use (β=0.14, OR=1.56), risk of burnout (β=0.16, OR=1.62), and WHI (β=0.19).Second victims experience significant negative outcomes in the aftermath of a PSI. An appropriate organizational response should be provided to mitigate (...) Increased Risk of Burnout for Physicians and Nurses Involved in a Patient Safety Incident. Human errors occur everywhere, including in health care. Not only the patient, but also the involved health professional is affected (ie, the "second victim").To investigate the prevalence of health care professionals being personally involved in a patient safety incident (PSI), as well as the relationship of involvement and degree of harm with problematic medication use, excessive alcohol consumption

2016 Medical Care

300. Risk of Burnout in Danish GPs and Exploration of Factors Associated with Development of Burnout: A Two-Wave Panel Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

of physicians who participated in 2004 was obtained through the Registry of Health Providers in 2012. Results. 216 GPs completed both surveys. The risk of developing burnout during the 7-year followup was 13.2% (8.2-19.6%). GPs who in 2004 were burnout-free and reported that they would not select general practice as medical specialty again had a statistically significant increased risk of burnout in 2012 (OR = 4.5; 95% CI = 1.2-16.5; P = 0.023). Among GPs with burnout in 2004, 25.0% had withdrawn from (...) Risk of Burnout in Danish GPs and Exploration of Factors Associated with Development of Burnout: A Two-Wave Panel Study Background. We assessed risk of burnout in GPs during a 7-year followup and examined whether (1) thoughts about changing medical specialty increased the risk of burnout and (2) burned out GPs had higher job turnover rates than burnout-free GPs. Methods. In 2004 and 2012, all GPs in the county of Aarhus, Denmark, were invited to participate in a survey. Retirement status

2013 International Journal of Family Medicine

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